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Keyword index

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You searched for web pages: "Bio-social criminology"

Psychosocial and neurobiological criminogenic characteristics of detainees in the Dutch Caribbean; (full text only available in Dutch)

This study into the psychosocial and neurobiological criminogenic characteristics of detainees in the Dutch Caribbean was...

Research with publication | 11-10-2018

Psychosocial criminogenic factors and neurobiological characteristics of male detainees in the Netherlands in 2017; (full text only available in Dutch

This report consists of two studies: a largescale study of the psychosocial characteristics of male inmates in 2017 (and a...

Research with publication | 11-06-2018

Neuroscientific applications in the juvenile criminal justice system; An inventory of measurement instruments, prevention and intervention methods (full text only available in Dutch)

This report investigates how neuroscientific research could be applied in the juvenile criminal justice system....

Research with publication | 02-02-2017

Brain mechanisms and antisocial behavior; Neurobiological research and issues concerning the explanation, reduction and prevention of criminality (full text available only in Dutch)

In recent years, there has been a great deal of investment in the development of effective behavioural interventions aimed at...

Research with publication | 30-05-2008

Biology and criminology

More than six years after the themed issue 'Biologic factors of aggressive behaviour' (in 2000), another special issue on the...

Publication | 18-12-2006

An alternative approach to the aetiology of crime

All theories of criminology should proceed from the assumption that crime is behaviour. Two important consequences result...

Publication | 07-02-1978

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